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Sony MRW-S3 USB-C hub offers UHS-II card readers and 100W Power Delivery

Sony MRW-S3 USB-C hub offers UHS-II card readers and 100W Power Delivery

USB-C brought a lot of functionality and convenience in a single port but it also brought a bit of confusion. Not all USB ports and accessories are created equal and, just like in the old USB-A and micro USB world, some accessories are for single uses only. Some computers these days, however, may have only one USB-C port for data and sometimes even for power as well. For those cases, Sony is introducing the MRW-S3 hub that will solve all those problems with a single USB-C port.

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Sony WF-1000XM3 Review: Wireless Noise-Canceling Earbud Heaven

Sony WF-1000XM3 Review: Wireless Noise-Canceling Earbud Heaven

The Sony WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds have some pedigree to live up to. Named - and designed, for that matter - to draw obvious connections with Sony's WH-1000XM3 headphones, the promise is industry-leading active noise cancellation in a Bluetooth earbud, without stinting on musical performance.

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Sony is making a foldable, rollable tablet ready for late 2019

Sony is making a foldable, rollable tablet ready for late 2019

It's not just Samsung and Huawei who are getting into the foldable phone bandwagon. Almost everyone is doing it, including OPPO and Xiaomi and even Microsoft. The ones you don't expect to be making one are those who are struggling to even stay afloat. And yet, surprisingly enough, Sony is rumored to be doing exactly that. Even better, it will have a rollable "Nautilus Design" when others can barely do simple foldable screens.

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Sony WF-1000XM3 noise-cancelling earbuds are AirPods’ nightmare

Sony WF-1000XM3 noise-cancelling earbuds are AirPods’ nightmare

Sony's best-selling noise-cancelling headphones are getting some in-ear company, with the Sony WF-1000XM3 headphones promising the same audio quality but in an AirPods-rivaling form factor. The newest addition to the 1000X family, the earbuds promise up to 24 hours of noise cancellation.

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Sony swaps one July PS Plus game at the last minute

Sony swaps one July PS Plus game at the last minute

With the calendar now showing July, it's time for another round of free PlayStation Plus games. As it usually does, Sony detailed the free games for the month a few days before the end of June, but there's been a sudden last minute change. Sony has decided to swap one of the games for July with another one, and PlayStation 4 owners will definitely want to check it out.

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Sony RX100 III Video Creation Kit bundles everything beginners need

Sony RX100 III Video Creation Kit bundles everything beginners need

Even with the rise of smartphones and their increasingly sophisticated cameras, digital cameras haven’t completely gone out fashion. In fact, some would say it has encouraged avid mobile photographers to “graduated” to dedicated cameras. The transition, however, isn’t always smooth. Not only is the operation different, it is often the case that you will need more than just a camera to survive as a photographer. That’s why Sony has launched the RX100 III Video Creation Kit to bundle all the parts budding vloggers and video creators to get started.

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Every PlayStation Vue plan just got a price hike

Every PlayStation Vue plan just got a price hike

Sony has announced a price hike impacting its PlayStation Vue over-the-top television service, one that will initially impact new customers with existing subscribers seeing the increase later on. The service itself isn't changing, though Sony does note that it has plans to expand the content it offers in the near future. The increase is consistent across the service, impacting all multi-channel plans equally, Sony revealed on Monday.

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EA Access launches on PlayStation 4 in July

EA Access launches on PlayStation 4 in July

Back in May, Electronic Arts announced that its subscription service, EA Access, was headed to PlayStation 4. This was a big announcement because at that point, EA Access had been available on Xbox One for nearly five years, with Sony declining to let EA put it on PlayStation 4. By the time EA was ready to make that announcement, many PlayStation 4 owners probably figured that EA Access would never come to their console of choice.

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PlayStation Plus makes PES 2019 and Horizon Chase Turbo free in July

PlayStation Plus makes PES 2019 and Horizon Chase Turbo free in July

With the growing number of games getting added to console libraries, it has become customary for console makers to offer a few titles for free on a rotational basis. For a subscription fee, of course. For July, Sony is adding two games to its PlayStation Plus portfolio and while the two couldn’t be farther apart in genres they are bound by a common theme: the need for speed.

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Sony Xperia 1 preorders get WH-1000MX3 thrown in to soften the blow

Sony Xperia 1 preorders get WH-1000MX3 thrown in to soften the blow

Sony has confirmed US launch details for what could well be the company's most eagerly-anticipated smartphone in recent years, the Xperia 1, and it's sweetening the deal with a set of its flagship WH-1000XM3 headphones. Revealed at Mobile World Congress back in February, the Xperia 1 stands out first for the unusual shape of its 6.5-inch display.

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Huge PlayStation flash sale offers games under $10 this weekend

Huge PlayStation flash sale offers games under $10 this weekend

Sony is back with another PS Store flash sale offering PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita owners the chance to get games at big discounts. This sale cuts game prices by up to 75-percent, giving customers titles like the PS2 classic Psychonauts for $1.99 and modern hits like Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration for $9.59 USD.

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Don’t buy into PS5 and Project Scarlett hype yet

Don’t buy into PS5 and Project Scarlett hype yet

It’s a pretty exciting time for fans of video games. We’re coming off an E3 that was pretty successful despite the fact that a couple of major players - namely Sony - didn’t host press conferences this year. On top of that, we now know that the next generation of game consoles is nearly upon us, with both Sony and Microsoft sharing the first details about their next gaming machines.

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